Your lit­tle hor­rors come out for fright night

Rossendale Free Press - - Front Page -

AHOST of spooky ac­tiv­i­ties at Thorn Pri­mary School in Bacup built up to its Hal­loween Disco.

An Au­tumn Fes­ti­val to cel­e­brate achiev­ing the RHS Level 3 Gar­den­ing Award saw each class work hard to weed, cut back and re­plant their class raised beds in a spooky Hal­loween theme. Fam­i­lies showed off their cre­ativ­ity with some fan­tas­tic carved pump­kins.

Chil­dren, fam­i­lies and friends had a great time play­ing Crazy Golf and en­joy­ing a Spooky Trivia Quiz in the For­est School Area, along with ap­ple bob­bing.

There was also Pump­kin Soup, Parkin, Pump­kin Cake and Cho­co­late Ap­ples.

Mean­while crea­tures of all shapes and sizes crept out of dark cor­ners across Rossendale to cel­e­brate the spook­i­est time of the year.

We asked for your pic­tures of your Lit­tle Hor­rors get­ting dressed up for Hal­loween par­ties - and you didn’t dis­ap­point. Here are some of our favourite photos.

Coco-Is­abella So­lazzo, 4, from Rawten­stall Ava Sofia Jones, 3, from Whit­worth

Above and left, Thorn Pri­mary School Lit­tle Hor­rors of 2017

El­iz­a­beth Dee­gan, 8, Vic­to­ria Dee­gan 5, and Char­lotte Dee­gan 3, from Newchurch

●● Brooke John­son, scary cat, 4, from Bacup

Emelia Rose Pilling, five, from Helmshore

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